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Welcome to The Manifest Calendar of Events, where you can find upcoming trade and transportation events of importance. To add an event to the calendar, please click the “Post an Event” link to create an account and post your event information. It will appear on the calendar once it has been approved by our editors. Please contact our office if you have any questions or need assistance at CCPE-CITT@csulb.edu or call 562-985-2872.
All Events Starting From Tuesday April 28, 2015
Wednesday
April
29
2015
Long Beach Convention Center - 7:00AM
The 11th Annual "Pulse of the Ports" Peak Season Forecast is set for 7:00 am - 10:30 am Wednesday, April 29, 2015.  The following experts will present industry forecasts at the special ...
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Tuesday
May
12
2015
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
Module 3: Marine Terminal Operations- Container Terminals This module covers the core departments of container terminal operations including gate, container yard, vessel, rail, maintenance and repair and the role of the ...
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Thursday
May
14
2015
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
Module 4: Marine Terminal Operations - Break Bulk, RoRo, Bulk, and Cruise Terminals This module provides students with an understanding of the specific operational issues involved in the handling of specialized ...
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Friday
May
15
2015
Hilton Long Beach - 8:30AM
SAVE THE DATE   Friday, May 15, 2015   Hilton Long Beach 701 W. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach CA 90831     FTA Workshop: 8:30am-11:00am | Trade Fair: 11:00am  | Luncheon: 12:00pm    
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Saturday
May
16
2015
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
Learn how to balance between operational reality and the need for quality customer service. You will also gain an understanding of the power of personalized service as a means of ...
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Tuesday
May
19
2015
Holiday Inn - 9:00AM
What you Need to Know to Comply with FDA Requirements Shelly Garg, an FDA Associate with the FDA Practice Group of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, will present information on what importers ...
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Wednesday
May
27
2015
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 4:00PM
Examine the impact of US trade policy, trade treaties, trading blocks, and trade agreements on the regional trade volume, how governmental regulatory bodies affect the flow of goods, and who ...
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Thursday
June
25
2015
Renaissance Long Beach Hotel - 8:00AM
  Join us for an interesting discussion of important topics facing Southern California's Goods Movement Industry, including terminal modernization, economics and job creation, and local, state and federal funding and policy ...
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Wednesday
July
1
2015
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 4:00PM
Learn how to balance between operational reality and the need for quality customer service. You will also gain an understanding of the power of personalized service as a means of ...
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Thursday
July
2
2015
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
Module 5: Regulatory and Environmental Issues / Safety & Security Students gain an understanding of the role of the frontline operations manager in handling cargo flow while maintaining a safe and ...
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